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FATHER
TOOLS
WRITTEN
JOHN RICKMAN
GOVERNMENT STATISTICIAN
EXPERIENCED STATISTICIAN
STATISTICIAN HAROLD HOTELLING
FAMOUS STATISTICIAN
CALYAMPUDI RADHAKRISHNA RAO
DISTINGUISHED STATISTICIAN
WARREN MITOFSKY
BASEBALL HISTORIAN
GREGORY KING
GENICHI TAGUCHI
GEORGE GALLUP
RENOWNED STATISTICIAN
MEDICAL STATISTICIAN
INFORMATION THEORIST
ENGLISH STATISTICIAN
WELL-KNOWN STATISTICIAN
ERNST ENGEL
BRITISH STATISTICIAN
AUSTRALIAN STATISTICIAN
EFFECT
CONFUSION
RANDOM
PAPERS
PUBLISHED
ENGLAND
MEANS
EXACTLY
YEARS
STUDENT
DECEMBER
DECEMBER 22
VALUE
FURTHER RESEARCH
WORKING
EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE
LONDON
CIVIL ENGINEER
SCALES
CLOSE
JUNE 28
DEVELOPMENT
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Statistician"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A statistician is someone who is particularly versed in the ways of thinking necessary for the successful application of statistical analysis. (Web site)
  2. A statistician is interested in both the differences and the similarities; i.e., both departures and patterns. (Web site)
  3. A statistician is someone who is skilled at drawing a precise line from an unwarranted assumption to a foregone conclusion. (Web site)
  4. The statistician was unconcerned because he knew the key had to be within one standard deviation of the car.

Father

  1. ROY JOHN BRITTEN (1919-) Roy Britten was born in Washington D.C. His mother worked at the National Research Council and his father was a statistician.

Tools

  1. I'm not a statistician and therefore don't really have the tools to come up with the best way to report scores.

Written

  1. A statistician and sculptor, Edward Tufte has written a series of highly regarded books on the subject of information graphics.
  2. Written by a chemometrician and a statistician, the book reflects the practical approach of chemometrics and the more formally oriented one of statistics. (Web site)

John Rickman

  1. John Rickman (22 August 1771 – 11 August 1840) was an English government official and statistician of the early nineteenth century.

Government Statistician

  1. Brian Pink is a government statistician and chief executive of Statistics New Zealand.

Experienced Statistician

  1. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced statistician, its comprehensive set of tools will meet your needs. (Web site)

Statistician Harold Hotelling

  1. B.O. Koopman at Columbia University suggested that statistician Harold Hotelling might have a grant that would permit Doob to work with him.

Famous Statistician

  1. The answer originates from a letter Harold Hotelling (a famous statistician and economist) wrote to the National Park Service in 1949[1]. (Web site)

Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao

  1. Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao, a statistician, will receive a doctor of science degree during the graduate ceremony.

Distinguished Statistician

  1. Stephen Stigler is a distinguished statistician whose research and books on the history of statistics are classics. (Web site)

Warren Mitofsky

  1. Just listened to PBS's News Hour; they interviewed Warren Mitofsky, the statistician who advised CNN and CBS on their projections last night.

Baseball Historian

  1. Bill Weiss is a baseball historian and statistician.

Gregory King

  1. Gregory King (1648-1712), Lancaster Herald, was a celebrated draughtsman, cartographer, statistician and town planner.

Genichi Taguchi

  1. Dr. Genichi Taguchi is a Japanese statistician and Deming Prize winner who has introduced a novel quality control system.

George Gallup

  1. Polling as we know it today began in 1936, when a young statistician named George Gallup conducted the first poll using statistical modeling.

Renowned Statistician

  1. Dr. David Blackwell is a renowned statistician and mathematician.
  2. The young man was Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao, who came to be a renowned statistician.
  3. In 1933–34 he held a fellowship at Columbia University, where he studied statistics with renowned statistician and economist Harold Hotelling. (Web site)

Medical Statistician

  1. He was associated with the medical statistician Major Greenwood and, to improve his statistical knowledge, Hill attended lectures by Karl Pearson.

Information Theorist

  1. Paul Wolfowitz,president of World Bank Mary Stachowicz, anti-Catholic hate crime victim Jacob Wolfowitz, statistician and information theorist.

English Statistician

  1. John Rickman (1771 - 1840) was an English statistician and government official of the early 19th century. (Web site)

Well-Known Statistician

  1. Most Recent Customer Reviews wonderful historical account of the growth of statistics in science Stephen Stigler is a well-known statistician and author. (Web site)
  2. He was brother-in-law to another well-known statistician, John Tukey (their wives were sisters).

Ernst Engel

  1. ERNST ENGEL (1821-1896), German political economist and statistician, was born in Dresden on the 21st of March 1821.

British Statistician

  1. John Fox (statistician) - John Fox is a British statistician, who has worked in both the public service and academia.
  2. Robert Giffen (1837 – April 12, 1910), was a British statistician and economist.
  3. Egon Sharpe Pearson (11 August 1895 — 12 June 1980) a son of Karl Pearson, was like his father, a British statistician.

Australian Statistician

  1. McLennan became the Australian Statistician and head of the Australian Bureau of Statistics from 1995.

Effect

  1. This press release announces that the Governor General has appointed Mr Brian Pink as Australian Statistician, with effect 5 March 2007.

Confusion

  1. John Tukey, the statistician who invented the box-and- whisker plot, referred to these cut-off values as 'hinges' to avoid confusion. (Web site)
  2. Senn: I must confess to having some confusion when I was a young statistician between general linear models and generalized linear models. (Web site)

Random

  1. He had been preceded by David Blackwell, also a statistician, who called his theorem Controlled Random Walks. (Web site)

Papers

  1. However, those papers typically used statistics correctly because a statistician was involved as co-author or as a collaborator on the project. (Web site)

Published

  1. Wilhelm Lexis, a German statistician, published many papers on population and vital statistics between 1876 and 1880.
  2. It was developed by the Italian statistician Corrado Gini and published in his 1912 paper "Variabilità e mutabilità" ("Variability and Mutability").

England

  1. In 1899, the statistician G. Udny Yule investigated the causes of pauperism in England. (Web site)

Means

  1. This is a relief to the statistician, because it means the population was effectively uncensored after all. (Web site)

Exactly

  1. For example, a statistician may set out a test to see whether two drugs have exactly the same effect, or whether a regression line is exactly straight. (Web site)

Years

  1. Anders Hald (born 3 July 1913) is a Danish statistician who in later years has made contributions to the history of statistics.

Student

  1. The first chair, Raymond Pearl, was a population biologist and statistician and a student of Karl Pearson.

December

  1. Ernst Engel (March 26, 1821 – December 8, 1896) was a German statistician and economist, famous for the Engel curve and the Engel's law.

December 22

  1. Read more Published on December 22, 2005 by calvinnme From an applied statistician This is a clear and parsimonious introduction to Functional Analysis.

Value

  1. As a statistician I find a great deal of value in reviewing the key ideas and philosophy of the great statisticians of the 20th Century. (Web site)
  2. The chess statistician Jeff Sonas reckons that the original K=10 value (for players rated above 2400) is inaccurate in Elo's work.

Further Research

  1. Richard Peto is a statistician who believes that what is needed is not further research but, rather, more appropriate analysis of existing data. (Web site)

Working

  1. While working for the US Department of Treasury as a Statistician, Ray has authored or co-authored over 25 sensitive, but unclassified, technical reports.

Extensive Experience

  1. Philip Dawid is a statistician with extensive experience in forensic statistics and inferential reasoning.

London

  1. London, England) English mathematician, biometrician, and statistician. (Web site)
  2. A great influence in Yule’s academic life was the well-known statistician, Karl Pearson, who lured him back to London, awarding him a directorship.

Civil Engineer

  1. After working at this new position for a while, it was clear that Yule himself was beginning to think like a statistician rather than a civil engineer.

Scales

  1. The ratio scale variable provides the statistician with the greatest amount of information relative to other scales of measurement.

Close

  1. Genichi Taguchi is a Japanese engineer and (close your eyes western stats geeks) statistician.
  2. On September 1, 1985, with close to 30 years experience, Ivan Fellegi was appointed Chief Statistician of Canada.

June 28

  1. Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis (born June 29 1893, died June 28, 1972) was an Indian scientist and applied statistician. (Web site)

Development

  1. Frank Wilcoxon (1892 – 1965) was a chemist and statistician, known for the development of statistical tests. (Web site)
  2. Jeff Sagarin is an American sports statistician well-known for his development of a methodology for ranking and rating sports teams in a variety of sports.

Descriptive Statistics

  1. If you are not familiar with descriptive statistics, you are advised to consult with a statistician. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Society > Economics > Economists > Economist
  2. Information > Science > Mathematics > Statistics
  3. Encyclopedia of Finance. > Technology > Engineering > Statisticians
  4. Countries > United States > Massachusetts > Harvard University
  5. Mathematician

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